Nigerian Police in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital, have arrested one of the two married woman who had been declared wanted by the Lagos State Police command over alleged criminal activities, including lesbianism.
According to a report by Daily Sun, the notorious women have been committing the dastardly act in one Alhaji Osilo’s house each time he was away, have been on the run since their alleged criminal activities were reported to the Police.
Speaking to a correspondent, a police Source said the suspects' neighbours who felt the suspects would be bad influence to others, and reported the abominable act to Osilo who in turn reported the matter to the police.
“It is true, the illicit act of lesbianism against ogunwale Abiola and her mate Monisola Adeko was reported to us and we have commenced Investigation in the alleged act of lesbianism by the two women.
"We have identified the women and we will soon apprehend them. It was Abiola partners’ husband, Osilo that reported the matter to us. You know that the act is against the law of our land, we must enforce the law,” a police source said.
It was gathered that Abiola and her partner have been on the run since their evil act was uncovered. Luck however ran out of Monisola who was apprehended at the weekend in Port Harcourt where she had been hiding.
The police said the suspect, has made useful confession, but denied knowledge of the whereabouts of her accomplice as she claimed they lost contact. The police have confirmed that her alleged accomplice, Abiola had since relocated to either North America or Europe.
Frank who spoke for the Kelani family said: “The kelani family of Abeokuta frowned at our son, Abiodun for marrying a woman who has made the family a laughing stock”.
Monisola’s husband Alhaji Osilo spoke to a correspondent, said; ”Yes, my neighbours opened the can of warm that Abiola has been doing the ungodly act with my wife in my house anytime I was away. I could not stomach such evil that was why I reported the matter to the police.”
When contacted, Abiola’s husband Abiodun Kelani said; ”I don’t know what the police are saying. My wife is not in the country at the moment. Let the police do their job and let me be.”